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Tucson Streetcar Reduces Late-Night Schedule

Thursday, Friday, Saturday schedules will end earlier starting next week.

Speech Camp at UA Tackles Child Language Impairment

Researchers say failure to address challenges with speech at young age can lead to other challenges later in life.

Wildlife Crossings Are Saving Animals

Bridges and underpasses allow for safer passage, habitat connectivity in Arizona

On the University of Arizona campus.

UA Brings Leaders on Board to Focus on Diversity, Inclusion

TreviƱo and Tsosie will begin their jobs in time for the fall semester.

Tucson's Largest Districts Graduate Students This Week

Thousands of Tucson area high school students get diplomas.

Forest Officials: Too Many Unattended Campfires

Crews in Coronado Forest's Catalina District say this is peak fire season.

Tucson International Airport.

Tucson- New York City Direct Flight Takes Off in October

Daily flights will connect Tucson International Airport to John F. Kennedy International Airport

5th Grade students at Vail Academy and High School.

New State Funds Buy 'Authentic Thank You' for Vail Teachers

Suburban school district plans to use money for staff raises and retention bonuses.

Tucson Area Home Sales Numbers Up, Inventory Down

Local market continues to recover, but number of homes for sale is still a weakness.

Marana, Oro Valley Lead Pima County Population Growth

More than half of all new residents to Tucson area live in northwest side towns.

Port's New Rail 'Off Ramp' Could Be Boost For Tucson's Logistics

Addition at Port of Tucson allows easy access to Union Pacific mainline.

Pima County Bans Hand-Held Phone Use When Driving

No texting, either, at risk of $100 fine, $250 if involved in collision.

Tucson Water, Trash Rates Going Up, City Council Decides

City Council adopts water rate increase that takes median residential bill to $32.35.

Prop 123 School Funding Vote Too Close to Call; 0.9% Margin

Ballot counting resumes Wednesday, with thousands of votes still to be tallied.

Mosquito Season Brings Worry of West Nile More Than Zika

Health officials say West Nile Virus is a danger in Arizona; 7 deaths last year.

Prop 124 Wins Landslide Approval from Arizona Voters

Proposal would begin bringing public safety pension funds, now $7B in red, toward balance.

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